Duplex regions in "single-stranded" phiX174 DNA are cleaved by a restriction endonuclease from Haemophilus aegyptius.
R W Blakesley et al.
The Journal of biological chemistry, 252(20), 7300-7306 (1977-10-25)
Stefano Fazi et al.
Environmental microbiology, 10(10), 2760-2772 (2008-07-23)
We studied the diversity, community composition and activity of the primary microbial colonizers of the water above freshly re-wetted sediments from a temporary river. Dried sediments, collected from Mulargia River (Sardinia, Italy), were covered with sterile freshwater in triplicate microcosms...
Beatrix Kotlan et al.
Journal of immunology (Baltimore, Md. : 1950), 175(4), 2278-2285 (2005-08-06)
The potential tumor-recognizing capacity of B cells infiltrating human breast carcinoma is an important aspect of breast cancer biology. As an experimental system, we used human medullary breast carcinoma because of its heavy B lymphocytic infiltration paralleled to a relatively...
C Kessler et al.
Gene, 92(1-2), 1-248 (1990-08-16)
The properties and sources of all known class-I, class-II and class-III restriction endonucleases (ENases) and DNA modification methyltransferases (MTases) are listed and newly subclassified according to their sequence specificity. In addition, the enzymes are distinguished in a novel manner according...
Rachel M Smith et al.
Nucleic acids research, 41(1), 391-404 (2012-11-14)
Type IIB restriction-modification systems, such as BcgI, feature a single protein with both endonuclease and methyltransferase activities. Type IIB nucleases require two recognition sites and cut both strands on both sides of their unmodified sites. BcgI cuts all eight target...